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Would getting rid of FL school board member salaries be sexist,...

In Orange County Public Schools, the eight-member school board is all female. Likewise, the nine-member school board in Broward County has all women. And in Miami-Dade...

FL’s minimum wage boost faces a struggle; advocates warn of low-paid...

Florida workers are set to get a boost in the minimum wage in September to $10 per hour — part of the constitutional amendment...

FL Dems renew calls for Medicaid expansion, letting voters decide

In the midst of a pandemic that has sickened millions of Floridians, House and Senate Democrats announced Tuesday they want to expand Medicaid eligibility...

Amendment 1: $8.3 million and two words, for a “citizenship” issue...

Sponsors of proposed Constitutional Amendment 1 spent $8.3 million to give Florida voters the chance to change the words “every" citizen to “only a"...

ERA ratification: Proponents say looming battle will heat up courts and...

The Equal Rights Amendment, proposed in 1972 to guarantee that equality of rights shall not be denied or abridged on account of sex, has...

Morgan says he’s ready to ‘go to war’ for a ballot...

A day after the Florida Supreme Court approved a $15-an-hour minimum wage ballot measure, Orlando lawyer John Morgan says he is ready to “go...

One of the groups seeking to legalize weed in Florida ends...

One of the groups seeking to allow the adult use of cannabis in Florida has dropped its effort to put the issue on the...

Campaign to legalize recreational weed collected $1 million in contributions in...

UPDATE: The Make It Legal campaign announced Wednesday that it now has enough validated voter signatures to trigger a Florida Supreme Court review of...

Group seeking approval for recreational pot mails petitions to voters

Your petition is in the mail. With time growing short, advocates of an initiative seeking to make recreational marijuana use legal in Florida are mailing...

Minimum-wage ballot measure nears key milestone

An effort to let Florida voters decide whether to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour is close to reaching a key...

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